Monday, April 23, 2007

What's a sin - the RV, or its tax bill?

Bill Sunderman has a cause. And some observations. And a headache.

His headache isn't so much a pain in his noggin as it is a vacuum to his bank account. He owns a five-year-old motor home. It's a nice motor home. He has to pay a large personal property taxes on his motor home.

Sunderman thinks RVs should be treated the same way as boats and maybe even luxury automobiles.

The owner of a motorized boat that costs $75,000 or more must pay $500 in excise tax. A new car that costs $42,500 will set its owner back $532 in excise tax. Sunderman's personal property taxes on his motor home: $2,728.30.
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